Breck’s E-Ride program surpasses 15,000 trips

Ridership reached nearly 16,000 for the Breck E-bike program
Town of Breckenridge Mobility Staff Illustration

Breckenridge’s E-Ride e-bike share program has clocked over 15,000 trips since its launch in May. A mobility staff memo details an average of 144 trips taken per day. Approximately 26% of those trips were made using the “pay-as-you-go” payment option, while 74% were made using locals-only membership options.

Data showed the average trip duration was about 17 minutes, and the average trip length has been about 1.8 miles. The program’s peak ridership was in mid-July and there has been a slight steady decline since then.

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